B. Lloyd: Rap before stats

B. LloydYou may or may not know this, but the Redskins own Brandon Lloyd, aka B.Lloyd, moonlights as a rapper. Some people, not necessarily us, even enjoy his music. Maxim Magazine went as far as to say…

“Lloyd pulls one down with his debut rap joint. The first track, with its badass Training Day sample, could give Fiddy a run for his crown.”

Considering his 2006 stats — he didn’t score a touchdown or post a 100-yard receiving game last season — maybe B. Loyd should stick to the rhymes and leave the pass catching to Santana Moss, Antwaan Randle El and Chris Cooley. I will say this — he is definitely a better MC than ex-local pro athletes Chris Webber and Deion Sanders. That’s not saying much, though.

Check his stuff out for yourself over at his MySpace Music page.

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  • dwagner

    Spoken like the Chiefs fan you are.  Brandon was fine.  He did what we needed him to do which was to spread the field so that Santana could get more YAC.  The problem was injuries (Portis), a QB who couldn't throw deep (Brunell), and adjustments to the Al Saunders offense.  He'll be fine this year.  Here's the real question– if he sells a million copies of his album, will they give him a Burgandy and Gold record? 

  • gehenna

    I love the first line of "So Fine.""My life is all about me."Yeah, that sounds like Brandon Lloyd all right.

  • http://arrowheadaddict.com Adam

    I think 10 TDs is more realistic than a million copies sold, and I'm not that high on B. Lloyd's on-field game these days, but that's just me. I will say this — Campbell will be able to get the ball downfield to him in a way Brunell couldn't. That could help him out significantly in 'o7.

  • http://ryrap.blogspot.com rap

    no bad…